My right hip, iliac crest, is rotated forward which makes my right leg functionally shorter which is causing patellar tendonitis in my right knee. When I look in the mirror, my right hip is lower than my left, which causes a slight dip in my left shoulder. My quads are imbalanced, with my right being smaller, especially on the inside of my knee (which is the muscle that supports your patella, hence patellar tendonitis). A lot of the time when I'm doing track work, I can feel the difference in my quads, where my left leg seems to be doing more work, although this has been improving over the last little while.
I have been to several different chiropractors over the past three years and they always seem to be able to adjust me, but after a day or sometimes less, it just get twisted up again. I have been running really well over the last 3 months so I have been able to train through it, smartly and icing after every run and taking rest when needed. I was just wondering if anyone here has dealt with this in the past and had any specific exercises or ways of adjusting themselves. For now I'll just stick to what I am doing and try to see the chiropractor as much as possible.
Thanks in advance for any help!